Good performance of a business relies on a complex array of pieces seamlessly working together — much like a company’s success relies on well-managed business operations. The W. P. Carey degree in business administration prepares you to effectively manage people, finances, and risk for organizations of all sizes.
As a business administration student, you’ll learn about forecasting demand, planning inventory, purchasing services, conducting skillful negotiations, building strategies for the future, and more. You’ll graduate with versatile skills and knowledge, a competitive edge in the job market, and the tools you need to create value throughout your career. A business degree in business administration prepares you to embark on a number of dynamic opportunities in the public or private sector.
Freshman applicants who meet the requirements for ASU freshman admission are eligible for direct admission to the W. P. Carey School of Business Bachelor of Arts degree program. To be admitted to ASU, you must be a high school graduate and meet one of the following criteria:
*ASU and W. P. Carey do not require the writing portion of these tests.
– An SAT Reasoning score of 1120* (March 2016 and after) or 1040* (prior to March 2016) for residents
– An SAT Reasoning score of 1180* (March 2016 and after) or 1110* (prior to March 2016) for nonresidents
– ACT 22 (24 nonresidents)*
– A high school class ranking in the top 25 percent
– An overall, unweighted high school GPA of 3.0 in competency courses defined by ASU (4.0 = A)
– ASU transfer student admission requirements
– 3.0 cumulative ASU GPA (if you have attended ASU)
– 3.0 cumulative transfer GPA (if you have attended another institution)
– Minimum grade requirements must be met for all critical tracking courses taken (applicable only if student falls under critical tracking requirements)
– If you are a transfer student applying to the W. P. Carey School of Business Bachelor of Arts degree program, you are eligible for direct admission if you have met the following requirements:
– An ASU Academic Integrity violation may preclude a student from entering or changing W. P. Carey academic programs